Since about two weeks, we've been trying out a Keyoxide Community Forum using the project.

You can find it here:

This was started after the feedback of many non-developer people who had questions/requests but weren't familiar enough with git forges to raise issues there.

And so far, discussions on it have been interesting and productive 🀩

If you'd like to propose a new service for , we hope you'll find the forum an inviting place to do so πŸš€

Busy week for but at least we can show off new stuff!

πŸ“£ As of today, there's a Keyoxide Android app πŸŽ‰

It's a client much like the website (so no key editing just yet…) and will allow you to verify identities in pretty much the same way: copy-paste a fingerprint or email address and voilΓ !

And soon supporting QR code scanning for easier input!

Also in the process of putting on :fdroid:!

Big πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ for our very own @Seferi who developed it!

Blog post:

πŸ“£ The first of the bigger announcements πŸŽ‰

We're launching, an experimental living document that contains all the knowledge that powers !

This should make it easier to make independent libraries, implementations, apps and websites 😎

Aaaand: ** 🀩

Let's claim back sovereignty over our online identity!

Blog post:

πŸ“£ It's not much yet but it's something: has its own blog now :)

More announcements in the coming days!

The project is celebrating its first anniversary today πŸŽ‰ thanks to all for your support!

3.1.0 was released today πŸŽ‰ with an emphasis on and should now be WAI-AA compliant, so:

- good text contrast ratio
- optimized for screen readers
- optimized for keyboard navigation

Looking for people who regularly use screen readers to browse the web.

A dev version of [1] currently has 100% score by [2] and 0 errors according to WAVE [3] but still I'd hope to receive some real-world feedback and ensure what I develop can truly be used by all.

Boosts appreciated.


Here's what a new profile page looks like:

Also, have a look at @keyoxide fediverse account, it now shows a fancy green tick next to the Keyoxide profile link βœ…

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So excited to announce Keyoxide version 3.0.0 πŸŽ‰

This update was worth the wait, with a (much needed 😎) redesign that is cleaner and more consistent that before.

Now also featuring server-side rendering! So not only pretty darn fast, but also parseable by Mastodon! Keyoxide links in Mastodon bio with a βœ… for everyone 🀩

Thank all for your support. Here's to taking our online identity back from Big Tech!

2.5.0 just launched with support for and identity verification πŸŽ‰

More communication platforms!

Details can be found in the blog post:

just released its 0.0.5 update! It now recognizes Keyoxide as a social handle πŸŽ‰

To celebrate, 2.4.1 can now verify your ownership of an Owncast instance 😎

Example (@yarmo):

Here's the guide to add this to your own profile!

Let's get streaming while supporting decentralized networks!

First release of 2021 πŸŽ‰

Version 2.4.0 introduces 'signature profiles' allowing one to keep identity claims in signed documents instead of notations in keys. Easier and safer in certain aspects!

Here are the full details:

New project released: the cli is now available through πŸŽ‰

Details at

Verifying identities is now as simple as running 'keyoxide verify' in the terminal.

Blog post time πŸŽ‰

Keyoxide Project Update #1

Been a bit busy lately: creating a non-profit foundation, getting a grant and releasing a library! 😎

Oh, and there's a Keyoxide Matrix room now! 🀩

Big announcement time πŸŽ‰

This project started as a "labor of love" side project but the awesome community response clearly showed me it deserved even more attention and care.

I'm excited to announce that NLnet / @NGIZero will be funding the project, allowing me to dedicate my full time to it and contribute in my own way to our collective struggle for online identity and security.

I thank all of you for your motivating feedback. Now, we can really begin 😎

Great feeling to start the monday with a release πŸŽ‰ 2.2.0!

If you know SEMVER, you know it's going to be more than just fixes πŸ˜‹

now verifies proofs for and !! It also supports the Onion-Location header if you have a keyoxide instance hosted on the

Thanks so much to @supernova and @dusansimic for their contributions!

2.0.0 is here and I couldn't be more excited about this one: the entire backend has been rewritten in πŸŽ‰ this will make it much easier to develop new features and tools all using a unified backend

0.4 has just launched! Small update but a huge increase in benefit for :xmpp: users πŸŽ‰

You can now add fingerprints to your identity proofs and if the proof is verified, you'll get a QR code which automagically trusts your OMEMO keys upon scanning with the app!

Blog post with details and an example:

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